Sulthan Bathery gaining popularity due to proximity to Bangalare has a lot to offer the tourists apart from the wild life and panoramic vistas of the hill ranges. Sulthan Bathery is also a historical place and a place of archaeological importance. Sulthan Bathery is the only place in south India with stone age carvings by the Neolithic man!
Wayanad is a land of many surprises. Verdant valleys, dense forsts beautiful hill tops and exciting wild life, Wayanad has all of it and more. The beauty of water falls of Soochipara and Kanthanpara should be seen to be believed. The valleys and view points of Vythiri and Lakkidi offer some of the most beautiful views of hills and forests. The Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the famous wildlife reserves in Wayanad. It is famous for its night camping and watchtower
Ooty the "Queen of hill stations" is about 100 kms from Sulthan Bathery and about 250 kms from Bangalore. Ooty is one of the most popular hill stations in India and is also popular honeymoon destination in south India. Ooty is situated at an altitude of 2,240 meters above sea level. Toy train to ooty which commences from Kallar is another very popular tourist attraction in ooty. Doddabetta peak (2623 meters) the highest in Nilgiris is about 10 kms from Ooty
Mananthavady 40 kms from Sulthan Bathery is a place of historical importance. It is here that Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja was laid to rest and tomb is one of the most important heritage places in the town.
A beautiful hill station over shadowed by the popularity of Ooty, Coonoor is a smaller hill station about 20 kms from Ooty. Coonoor is gaining popularity amongst tourist looking for some quite time away from the commercialization and choose Coonoor over Ooty. Masinagudi an erstwhile elephant corridor is near Coonoor and you might just spot a tusker on the road itself!!